Tag Archives: Francisco Liriano

Daily Roundup, 06/12/11

- The Red Sox have scored thirty runs in their last two games. I know they have a good offense, but THIRTY! In TWO GAMES! — They outscored the Blue Jays 35 to 6 and outhit them 46 to 12 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/28/11

Sorry for the lateness of late on these roundups, but the Yankees are on the West Coast. Roundups may not come until those games are over. Anyway… – Michael Pineda and Felix Hernandez walked five Yankees on back-to-back nights. — … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/03/11

May be updated with West Coast stuff. – No-hitter! No-hitter! — By Francisco Liriano, who entered tonight with a 9.13 ERA, leading the league in losses, and walking as many as he struck out. — Well, that last bit won’t … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/27/11

- The Yankees played a game in two hours and eleven minutes. That’s the shortest game in Yankee Stadium III history. — Robinson Cano provided the decisive blow with a three-run home run off Mark Buehrle in the first inning. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/18/11

Sadly, today was not the most interesting of days… – This season, the Cubs have been 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, and after tonight’s game, 8-8. — They played a 10-inning game in two and a half hours … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/13/11

- for the second day in a row, the Tigers walked off against the Rangers in a tie game, and Neftali Feliz stayed in the bullpen the whole time. — Dave Bush threw three scoreless innings in a spot-start in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 4/2/11

22 year old Chris Tillman (who threw a no-hitter in AAA last year) pitched six no-hit innings against Tampa. On account of it being him being 22 and being at 101 pitches in his first start of the year, he … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/30/10

As I write this, it’s now… OCTOBER. Postseason, baby! – From yesterday: Jerry Manuel, manager of the Mets, was asked who would likely start Saturday. He gave the name of a Mets beatwriter. – Jon Lester’s line tonight: 4 IP, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/19/10

Don’t forget to submit suggestions for the YCPB Awards The Texas Rangers went 0-7 with RISP, and 0-5 off Seattle starter Doug Fister. -Opponents hit .268/.308/.371 off Fister this year, so this might not seem surprising, but with runners in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/07/10

Congratulations to Trevor Hoffman, who converted his 600th save tonight. -That’s not unpredictable at all–heck, he started the season with 591 saves. What is unpredictable is that he pitched a scoreless ninth. –That lowered his ERA on the year to … Continue reading

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